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There’s No Business Like Shoe Business! How to Budget Buy the Perfect Footwear

Shoe shopping is just about one of the most fun things in the world. Any excuse to go shoe shopping is welcomed with open arms, why do you think people have so many pairs?! You have to think about what it takes to buy the perfect pair of shoes, and how much you can do to ensure you get the footwear you’ve been craving for so long.

Now, people may not think it, but buying shoes is something of an art form. It’s not just a case of going into a store and choosing the first pair you see. Shoe shopping takes a little more detail and prep than this. But you don’t need to worry because this is the ideal guide for those hoping to choose the perfect footwear.

 

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  • Compare Prices

Don’t just buy the first pair of shoes you see, no matter how beautiful they look. You have to remember that there will be a lot of places selling the same makes and ranges of shoes, and they will vary in price. You may find some trainers in one store that are £20 less in another store. Any savings you can make are going to help with finances, so make sure you look into comparing prices where possible.

 

  • Shop the Sales

Shopping the sales is such an easy prospect, but so few people actually take the time to do it effectively. You need to make sure you take a look at what the different stores are that have discount sales on and check them out. This will be useful when you are comparing prices, and you could well end up finding shoes that are much less expensive in the sales than elsewhere.

 

  • Use Vouchers

There are plenty of vouchers you can find online with a bit of work. These will help you get discounts and deals on footwear so you can spend less money than you would normally be stumping up. Nike voucher codes are among the many great online discount codes you can use to help you find some great deals. There are a load of awesome ways of saving money and getting exactly the footwear you desire, and this is one of the great ways of doing that.

 

  • Buy Sensibly

The bottom line is that you need to be buying your shoes sensibly. This means you’ve got to make sure you look after your shoes adequately, so you are buying less on a yearly basis. Identify the types of shoes you need, and what you need them for, and this will help you a lot. There are so many wonderful ways you can go about finding the right footwear to suit your needs.

These are just a few of the excellent ideas that will help you shop for footwear on a budget. Make sure you shop around and take the time to choose your footwear properly before spending money on it. There are a lot of things to consider, but you can definitely shoe shop on a budget if you’re clever about it.

 

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32 responses

  1. I always do a lot of research before I buy anything, not just shoes.. I just love it! It’s like I’m window shopping, and trying on shoes to choose the best one in the end!

    Apostolia xx

  2. This is good advice! I will be honest, I dont get people that own loads of pairs of shoes! Why?! You have two feet, you aren’t a millipede lol! I tend to do exactly what you advise… choose well and do not replace too often.

  3. I’m a minimalist. As much as possible, I limit the number of shoes I have. High heels, close shoes, rubber shoes, and slippers. I think four pairs is enough. Whenever I buy something new, I giveaway my old ones. 🙂

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  5. Love this! I am always looking for ways to save money on buying shoes. A girl can’t have too many!

  6. Great tips! I do love a good pair of shoes and I lusted over Louboutins for years, until I plucked up the courage to go and try them in Selfridges, only to realise they’re not as comfy as people say…

    • I have never tried Louboutins before. I hear they are comfy but not surprised they are not 😊

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